"There are beautiful parks."

Campo Grande deserves the name. The sophisticated hotel net, that  survives of the busy farming, it also attracts visitors for being one of the portals for international ecological shrines as the Swampland and Beautiful.

Museum Dom Bosco - also known as Museum of the Indian. Built and maintained by religious missionaries, he shelters the richest collection of the natural history and of the indigenous culture of the State. Five thousand rare pieces belonging to the tribes Shavante Indian, Bororó, Carajá, Live and of Indians from Rio Uapés they were preserved and exposed by the priests salesianos. In the same place, they are exposed objects belonging to the paleontology, archeology, ethnology and mineralogy, among them fossils Australian, Italian and Americans of seven million years, tips of arrows and stones of the man's of the caves time and almost three thousand stuffed animals. Another interesting museum is it of Ofiologia (67/787-3031). He is a serpentário that shelters a frightening collection of common snakes in the Swampland, as the boa, sucuri, rattlesnake and jararaca.


Solar of Baís - also call of Pensão Pimentel. This historical mark of the city was built in 1913 by Bernardo Franco Baís, being the first remained to inhabit the famous Northwest Avenue. Covered by tiles of Italian slate, the Solar of neoclassical style worked as pension from 1938 to 1979, later it was recovered, tumbled and, since 1995 it works as cultural center. When leaving of here, hurry and take advantage to know the Museum of Contemporary Art (67/782-2801), that  closes 18 h. In him, they are exposed more than 40 screens of the beginning of the passed century of the family Baís and a vast collection of works of great names of the plastic arts of the country, donated by Pietro Maria Bardi.

Memorial to the Indigenous Culture Campo Grande didn't lose the origins. In the natives' colored skin, it seems clear the pride of this people that worships the form of the ancestors' life. To see closely as the Indians live, know the first Brazilian urban village, the Habitational Group "Marçal of Souza", in the Memorial of the Indigenous Culture, built in bamboo in form of hollow. In this village of the big city families that left the forests live and they came from tribes as Guarani, Cadiuéu, Caiuá, Terena, Ofayé and Shavante Indian.

"This is the Solar of Baís."

In the Artisan's House - the artists' of Mato Grosso do Sul most famous collection, the indigenous craft and the place divide the same space. In this building of neoclassical style founded in the decade of 20 you find ice creams of typical fruits as araçá, and bocaiúva, tapestries, drunk regional, weaving, works of popular sacred art, plants and medicinal herbs and craft of the tribes of the Indians Terena, that make wood objects and ornamental ceramic.
Fair Barroarte - to acquire the local craft. If besides buying typical products, you want to pinch the tidbits of the area, his/her obligatory stop is the balzaquiana and traditional Central Fair, also call of Feirona, that works every Wednesday and Saturdays in the Street Abraão Júlio Rabe, where all know. The fair, that there is a lot was just hortifrutigranjeira, today  sells local and indigenous craft, clothes, sweet and the attractive cookery. The more sought is the Japanese, because the fair is coordinated by this community of steep eyes. But, the regional food already adapted to the influences of the Japanese menu, serving meat skewers with cassava and sobás, sushi and company. In case you want an agitated night and to know the bohemians' point, tourists and students to the moonshine, it already found. The night of Campo Grande happens right here, in Feirona.

"The parks are beautiful."

Park of the Powers - it houses the powers Executive, Judiciary and Legislative of Mato Grosso do Sul. In the park, who breaks the political austerity it is the Popular Palace of the Culture, where they always happen cultural events that you/they agitate the city. But, it is not alone in this park that the green prevails. The city hides forests and cascades in parks and reservations and it spreads for the streets hundreds of copies of centennial trees that you/they make the city to breathe.

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1.Don't forget to take the vaccine against the yellow fever ten days before embarking.

2.Go visiting the Pantanal and Bonito that you are close.

3.To bring home a little of the history and of the habits of Brazil,  swims better of the than to buy delicacies in the Indigenous Fair of Craft, in the Praça Oshiro Takemoto, in front of the Municipal Market.

4.Try the painted and the pacú, the alligator meat and the piranha broth

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